Get martial law info from reliable sources, not social media, says Cavite Board Member Kerby Salazar
In this age where information is abundant, the smart thing to do is to get data from official and reliable sources.
In a Facebook post, Cavite Board Member Kerby Salazar lamented the disinformation that attempts to whitewash what happened during martial law.
Salazar said he was sad that some people believe these false claims.
He reminded them that there are reliable sources such as Supreme Court decisions, international cases, published journals and literature, which are much better than baseless Facebook posts, YouTube videos and Tiktok entries.
He also called on those who understand better not to tire of explaining the truth to the misinformed.
Do the right thing, check the right sources!
“There is so much disinformation and the sad part, some people believe it. Mas reliable source po ang Supreme Court decisions, international cases and published journals and a lot more other literatures over baseless Facebook posts, YouTube videos and Tiktok entries.
Sana, tayong higit na nakakaunawa ay huwag mapagod at huwag magsawang magpaliwanag. Lives lost, international debts at marami pang iba.
#NeverAgain,” Salazar posted.
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